The MEM10119 Certificate I in Engineering will give you an introduction on what it means to be a boilermaker. The course covers a small number of employable trade skills.
You may then choose to further your training with an apprenticeship in Certificate II in Engineering in Fabrication or Welding.
This training can lead to employment in the Construction, Light Fabrication, Oil and Gas, or Mining Industries.
Duration of Course:
Length of the school calendar year.
Will I do work placement?
Students will need to be working in the industry for a minimum of one day a week for the duration of the course. This can be arranged with an Industry Engagement Officer during the first term of training.
Block weeks throughout the year are also required.
What will it cost?
Cost of safety gear is approximately $300. ($85 extra per uniform if required).
For more information refer to the brochure